A "kawasaki usb" search in google brought up this:
The USB key fob device – which is believed to be unique in the motorcycle industry - has been designed to carry such essential information as the motorcycle service history, dealer and customer added notes and such useful facts as recall information.
Activated via the internet as part of the process to initial Free membership of the Kawasaki Riders Club, the History Key is not intended to replace the hard copy service book but, as Mark Spiller of Kawasaki’s Marketing Department explains, to create an easy to access and updateable point of reference.
“The basic idea came about as a result of one of our regular dealer seminars. It was suggested that something like a USB stick could be a great way for both the dealer and customer to build up a digital history and have all the important information for a given machine in the same place.
We hope that this easy to access and update device will be as useful as the other elements in K.PAC such as Free membership of the RAC and Kawasaki Riders Club making the purchase of a motorcycle the most complete customer experience possible”.
Branded USB key fob
Issued to all customers as part of K.PAC
Recall data can be included
Service History stored - updated
Customer / Dealer Info included
Customer can add notes
Dealer updates when customer visits dealership
Customer activation via Kawasaki Riders Club member portal
I bought my Motorcycle off a friend which he assured me the millage at the time April 2018 was 9,000. I bought it rode it for a year and I put exactly 6,000. The situation is I bought a oem speedometer from offer up because the original speedometer was cracked and the cracked covered the mileage...
I just bought a 1982 KZ305B1 and I need to replace one of the carbs and rebuild the other. I can’t find a decent price for a rebuild kit anywhere and I can’t find a brand new OEM replacement Carburetor ANYWHERE!
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Hello Kawa riders!
I have a front end of a...I don't know of what is it. That's my problem here. Do you guys recognize a Kawasaki fork or triple tree here? At least I'll know the brand to investigate further.
Thank you in advance!
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